Updating yum repositories
dsu --apply-upgrades-only     To get the list of only upgradable components dsu --apply-downgrades-only     To get the list of only downgradable components dsu --apply-equivalent-updates     To get the list including equivalent components dsu --update-list= When the type is --destination-type=ISO : DSU runs in the interactive mode and the selected updates are delivered as a bootable ISO. When ISO if used along with --non-interactive : A bootable ISO is created. The repository location should be configured using --config= When the type is --destination-type=CBD : CBD is Custom Bootable DSU.
DSU runs in the interactive mode and provides the selected updates along with deployment script.
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# yum install php Loaded plugins: product-id, refresh-packagekit, security, subscription-manager This system is not registered to Red Hat Subscription Management. # vi /etc/yum.repos.d/Cent (以下をコピー) [base] name=Cent OS-$releasever - Base mirrorlist=
If you have been using the RHEL images (or their snapshots) from September 2016 or later - likely no action is required.
If, however, you have older snapshots/VMs, their configuration needs to be updated for uninterrupted access to the Azure RHUI.
After increasing the submission softlimit from 64000000 to 1280000000 all problems were resolved. 1280000000 may be overkill, I didn't drop the memory allotment after the segmentation fault desisted. This will be automatic upon completion of the next qmail RPM: # echo "MANDATORY_MANPATH /var/qmail/man" /etc/man_* qmt-plus is available for install (YUM) in the repository for Cent OS 7 1) yum install qmt-plus 2) Includes mansfor, qm Handle, qmlog, qmqtool, queue_repair.py, and documentation (/opt/qmt-util). a) # qm Handle b) # qmqtool c) # qmlog d) # mansfor e) # queue_--help qt-bootstrap-2 d) # sh qt-bootstrap-2 e) # mv /opt/qmailtoaster-util/bin/qt-install /opt/qmailtoaster-util/bin/f) # curl -o /opt/qmailtoaster-util/bin/qt-install https://raw.githubusercontent.com/qmtoaster/cos6/master/qt-install g) # chmod 755 /opt/qmailtoaster-util/bin/qt-install h) # qt-install 3) Upgrade Cent OS 6/QMT (Dovecot upgrades require My SQL libraries unavailable in the Cent OS 6 repositories, Remi repositories must be installed and enabled) a) # rpm -Uvh https://raw.githubusercontent.com/qmtoaster/cos6/master/qmt-release-1-4el6.b) # yum-config-manager --disable qmailtoaster-current qmailtoaster-current-nodist c) # yum install yum-utils d) # yum install # yum-config-manager --enable remi remi-php56 f) # yum update g) # yum --enablerepo=qmt-testing update * Update Cent OS 5/QMT* 1) rpm -Uvh ftp://ftp.qmailtoaster.com/pub/repo/qmt/Cent OS/5/current/noarch/whtc-qmt-1-1el5.2) yum update 3) yum --enablerepo=whtc-qmt-testing update *If you still have a Courier IMAP/POP3 installation, update at your own risk.
Updating will delete Courier and replace it with Dovecot.